cute site ... and another 'fixed width one' ... just curious, but who is
all crying for 'variable width'? I *really* like the consistency a fixed
width site provides, so that no matter what your browser, or screen
resolution, the site will still look the same ...
On Fri, 16 Jan 2004, Justin Clift wrote:
> Let's think a little more "Out of the box" here:
> (We warned, this is a site that shows off technology like MS
> Office, etc)
> But the point is, instead of getting stuck on the argument of the
> details, you guys (I'm not helping out here for the moment, so
> count me out) should look at the big picture again.
> This site takes _a different approach_. It's _end user oriented_
> in a different way than what you've all been looking at.
> Take the opportunity here to do something pretty nifty... just
> cause. :)
> Regards and best wishes,
> Justin Clift
> Executive Director
> Digital Distribution Global Training Services Pty. Ltd.
> Premier OpenOffice.org and StarOffice Online Training providers
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